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  1. Underworld: Endless War - Wikipedia › wiki › Underworld:_Endless_War

    Underworld: Endless War is a 2011 animated film and a collection of three short tie-in stories, whose creation was supervised by Len Wiseman, director of the first two Underworld films. Each film tells a different story, and takes place during different periods of history to highlight new events within the Underworld mythology.

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    Underworld: Endless War is a 2011 animated film, which includes three parts beginning in 1890 and leading up to the events of Underworld: Awakening. The film follows Selene as she hunts down a group of three Lycan brothers in three separate time periods.

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  4. Underworld: Endless War - Wikiquote › wiki › Underworld:_Endless_War
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    Paris, France - 1890 The war still rages between Vampires and Lycans. Long ago, Vampires ruled over the Lycans, who were used as bodyguards and treated as slaves. Then, led by the powerful Lucian, the Lycans rebelled. Viktor, the ruling Vampire Elder, assembled an elite group of Vampire Assassins, called Death Dealers, to see to the annihilation of the Lycan race. One of Viktor's newest and most powerful Death Dealers, Selene, hunts a pack of Lycan brothers, who have disguised themselves as Lords, and have taken up powerful positions in town.

    Paris, France - 1967 The war still rages between Vampires and Lycans. Almost seventy-years have passed. While Viktor sleeps, the power-hungry Kraven has seized control of the Vampire Coven. Death Dealers continue to root-out and destroy Lycans across the world. Selene has returned to investigate the reports of familiar Lycan activity. The Lycan brothers who eluded her over a half-century ago are rumored to have returned to Paris. They have not forgotten the murder of their brother, and eagerly await the return of his Executioner.

    Paris, France - 2012 The war still rages between Vampires and Lycans. It is 45-years later, and everything Selene has known was a lie. Her Maker and trusted Leader, Viktor, deceived her. It was not the Lycans, but Viktor-himself, who slaughtered her family. The only ray of hope for Selene is Michael Corvin, a HybridVampire/Lycan, who has the powers of both coursing through his veins. She and Michael have returned to Paris to deal with the last remaining Lycan brother, but everything is different now. Humans have become aware of the the existence of both Vampires and Lycans. A new war has begun...

  5. Underworld: Endless War | Underworld Wiki | Fandom › wiki › Underworld:_Endless_War
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    Vampire Death Dealer Selene, under orders from Kraven, is stalking a Lycan who is returning to his home - a mansion that Kraven desires. After receiving info on the castle, Selene makes her way there, where she attacks three Lycan brothers. During the attack, Selene kills one of the brothers, Darius, causing the other two to swear revenge against her.

    Part 2

    Seventy years later, the state of war between the Lycans and the Vampires remains. The power-hungry Vampire Kraven has seized more authority from the slumbering Vampire Elder Viktor, much to Selene's displeasure, leaving the Vampires in a state of disarray. Meanwhile, Selene continues her pursuit of the Lycan brothers. It is now the late 1960s, and Selene has returned to Paris in search of the prey that eluded her decades ago. While Selene searches for them, one of the brothers, Krandrill, dr...

    Part 3

    After the events of Underworld and Underworld: Evolution, Selene goes on the hunt for the last brother, Krandrill. The war between the Lycans and the Vampires is now known to mankind, and dedicated police agencies hunt the Immortalswith excessive force and at the expense of personal liberty. Selene, now with the help of her lover, a Lycan-Vampire Hybrid named Michael Corvin, continues her hunt that began over 100 years ago. She is once again in Paris, tracking down her prey through both advan...

    Trevor Devall– Darius, Kraven, Clovis
    Paul Dobson– Vregis
    Brian Dobson– Krandrill
    Laura Harris– Selene

    Junpei Takayama, one of the designers on Endless War, reveals on his website, Junparadise, how Vregis and Krandrill's names are spelt, and that they are twins, which is also mentioned in Endless Wa...

  6. Underworld: Blood Wars - Wikipedia › wiki › Underworld:_Blood_Wars
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    Underworld: Blood Wars Theatrical release poster Directed byAnna Foerster Produced by Tom Rosenberg Gary Lucchesi Len Wiseman Richard Wright David Kern Screenplay byCory Goodman Story by Kyle Ward Cory Goodman Based onCharacters by Kevin Grevioux Len Wiseman Danny McBride Starring Kate Beckinsale Theo James Lara Pulver Tobias Menzies Bradley James Peter Andersson James Faulkner Clementine Nicholson Daisy Head Oliver Stark Charles Dance Music byMichael Wandmacher CinematographyKarl Walter Lindenl

    The remaining vampire covens are on the verge of annihilation by the Lycans. Both species are searching for Selene: the vampires seek justice for the death of Viktor, while the Lycans, led by Marius, intend to use her to locate Eve, whose blood holds the key to building an army of vampire-werewolf hybrids. Semira, a council member of the Eastern Coven, tells Thomas she wants Selene to be granted clemency and to train the coven's neophyte Death Dealers. She asks Thomas to plead Selene's case befo

    Trent Garrett portrays Michael Corvin, a Lycan-Vampire Hybrid, and Selene's lover. Michael and his daughter, Eve, are also Alexander Corvinus' distant descendants. Garrett replaces Scott Speedman, who played the role in two of the previous four films. Speedman appears in archival footage from Underworld and Underworld: Evolution for key scenes in Blood Wars. Zita Görög, who played the role of Amelia in the first two films but had retired from acting, appears in archival footage from ...

    On August 27, 2014, Lakeshore Entertainment announced their plans to develop a reboot of the Underworld franchise, with Cory Goodman hired to write the script for the first film. Tom Rosenberg and Gary Lucchesi were named as producers. The film was later confirmed to be a fifth entry in the series, rather than a reboot. Titled Underworld: Next Generation, the film was in production and set to be released 2015. Theo James, who appeared in the role of David in the fourth film, would return as the

    Initially the film was set for an October 21, 2016, release. After announcement about release delay, the film's earliest release date became November 24, 2016, when the film was released in Russia, Ukraine, Georgia and Kazakhstan, followed by December 1, 2016, release in various countries such as El Salvador and Australia. It was released in the U.S. on January 6, 2017.

    In 2017, Wiseman revealed that a sixth film is also in development with Beckinsale reprising her role as Selene. On September 13, 2018, Beckinsale said she will not appear in the sixth film, stating: "I wouldn't return. I've done plenty of those".

  7. Underworld (film series) — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2 › en › Underworld_(film_series)
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    Un­der­world tells the story of Se­lene (Kate Beck­in­sale), a Death Dealer bent on de­stroy­ing the Ly­cans who al­legedly killed her fam­ily. She dis­cov­ers that the ly­cans are pur­su­ing a human, Michael Corvin, for ex­per­i­men­ta­tion; Se­lene cap­tures Michael her­self to find out what the ly­cans are up to. Along the way, Se­lene not only dis­cov­ers a muti­nous plot to de­stroy the vam­pire El­ders, but also a shock­ing rev­e­la­tion about her fa­ther fig­ure Elder, Vik­tor. The vam...

    Underworld: Evolution

    In Un­der­world: Evolution, Se­lene takes Michael to a vam­pire safe house and plans to re­turn to Vik­tor's es­tate to awaken Markus, the last vam­pire Elder. Be­fore she can re­turn, Markus con­fronts her, hav­ing been awak­ened by the blood of the lycan sci­en­tist, Singe, after he was killed. Markus does not seem keen to help Se­lene and wishes to steal her mem­o­ries for in­for­ma­tion. While on the run from Markus, Se­lene and Michael dis­cover that Markus is the first vam­pire, and tha...

    Underworld: Rise of the Lycans

    Un­der­world: Rise of the Lycans is a 2009 Amer­i­can film di­rected by Patrick Tatopou­los. It is the third in­stall­ment (chrono­log­i­cally the first) in the Un­der­world se­ries, fo­cus­ing pri­mar­ily on the ori­gins of some char­ac­ters and the events lead­ing to the vam­pire–lycan war, de­picted in the pre­vi­ous films Un­der­world and Un­der­world: Evo­lu­tion. As shown in the film, the orig­i­nal were­wolves were un­con­trol­lable beasts, un­able to re­take human form once bit­ten. H...

    Underworld: Endless War

    Un­der­world: End­less War is a 2011 an­i­mated film, which in­cludes three parts and lead­ing be­fore the events of Un­der­world: Awak­en­ing. The film fol­lows Se­lene as she hunts down a group of three Lycan broth­ers in three sep­a­rate time pe­ri­ods.

    Sixth film

    In 2017, Wise­man re­vealed that a sixth film is also in de­vel­op­ment with Beck­in­sale repris­ing her role as Selene.

    Television series

    In Jan­u­ary 2016, Wise­man an­nounced that an Un­der­worldtele­vi­sion se­ries is in development.


    Their trans­for­ma­tion is not nearly as star­tling as their lycan coun­ter­parts. When they trans­form, their eyes turn a shade of elec­tric blue or bright gold, while their upper ca­nine teeth lengthen to be­come pointed fangs. At all times, the upper lat­eral in­cisors and upper ca­nine teeth on all vam­pires are elon­gated and come to a sharp point. Bi­o­log­i­cally im­mor­tal trans­gen­ics, the vam­pires of Un­der­world dis­play most of the promi­nent su­per­hu­man phys­i­cal prowess com...


    Were­wolves in the Un­der­world films, like their vam­pire coun­ter­parts, are bi­o­log­i­cally im­mor­tal trans­gen­ics. Ly­cans dis­play a num­ber of greatly en­hanced phys­i­cal at­trib­utes in ei­ther form (su­per­hu­man strength, speed, re­flexes, heal­ing, etc.) al­though the were­wolf form is phys­i­cally su­pe­rior to both their human form and even to most vam­pires. Ly­cans are highly al­ler­gic to sil­ver, to the point of it being toxic and lethal to them, and it is even able to kee...

    In Sep­tem­ber 2003, shortly after the re­lease of Un­der­world, pro­duc­tion com­pa­nies Screen Gems and Lakeshore planned to re­lease a pre­quel as the third film fol­low­ing Un­der­world's se­quel, Un­der­world: Evolution. Kate Beck­in­sale, who por­trayed Se­lene in Un­der­world, ex­pressed in­ter­est in repris­ing her role for the se­quel and the prequel. In De­cem­ber 2005, Un­der­world: Evolution di­rec­tor Len Wise­man ex­plained that the Un­der­world fran­chise was orig­i­nally con­ceived as a tril­ogy. Wise­man said: "We sort of mapped out an en­tire his­tory and story... a mas­sive col­lec­tion of ideas and sto­ries that we're putting out at cer­tain times." Wise­man an­tic­i­pated cre­at­ing a third in­stall­ment for the fran­chise based on the au­di­ences' re­cep­tion of Un­der­world: Evolution, which would be re­leased the fol­low­ing month. In a June 2006 in­ter­view, Wise­man said, "The third film is going to be a pre­quel. It will be the ori­gin story and we find ou...

    There have been var­i­ous spin-offs and tie-ins in a range of other media. IDW Pub­lish­ing has pub­lished a num­ber of Un­der­world comics, in­clud­ing an adap­ta­tion of the third film Rise of the Lycans writ­ten by Kevin Gre­vi­oux which was pub­lished and re­leased in 2009. In ad­di­tion to the nov­el­iza­tions of Un­der­world and Un­der­world: Evolution, there is an orig­i­nal novel writ­ten by Greg Cox, pub­lished by Pocket Star Books in 2004, ti­tled Un­der­world: Blood Enemy. In Sep­tem­ber 2003, Sony con­tracted with Black Widow Games for the pro­duc­tion of Un­der­world: Blood­line (a Half-Life mod). An ac­tion video game based on the first film en­ti­tled The Eter­nal War was sched­uled for re­lease on the PlaySta­tion 2 and Xboxcon­soles in 2004, but it only saw re­lease for the PlaySta­tion 2 in Eu­rope, and was can­celled in all other regions. A cross-over with the film I, Franken­stein or its se­quels was planned by Kevin Gre­vi­oux, cre­ator of the I, Frankenstein gr...

  8. Underworld: Endless War (Video 2011) - IMDb › title › tt2381375

    Dec 20, 2011 · Directed by Juno John Lee. With Trevor Devall, Brian Dobson, Paul Dobson, Laura Harris. Follows Selene across 3 separate periods in history as she hunts a group of Lycan brothers.

  9. Selene (Underworld) - Wikipedia › wiki › Selene_(Underworld)

    Selene, portrayed by British actress Kate Beckinsale, is a fictional character and the main protagonist of the Underworld film series. Loosely based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name, she serves as the central character in the films Underworld (2003), Underworld: Evolution (2006), Underworld: Rise of the Lycans (2009), Underworld: Awakening (2012), and Underworld: Blood Wars (2016).

  10. Laura Harris - Wikipedia › wiki › Laura_Harris

    Underworld: Endless War: Selene (voice) 2012 Path of Souls: Grace Hudson 2013 Officer Down: Ellen Logue 2013 Deadweight: Julia Westwood 2014 Preggoland: Shannon ...

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